Andy & Tamsin
Join real life best mates TAMS & Andy every Sunday as they rip up the playlist and play the music you want to hear. Mixed with all your favourite music is a chance to relax with "Tamsin's Moment", the "Quirky News", and the "10 Clues" game
About Andy & Tams
Before Tamsin came to MK she lived in Bournemouth...Andy is hoping she will move back soon
The best thing about Milton Keynes is it's a very positive place
When not on the radio Tamsin works as a Clinical Hypnotherapist and was formerly a model. Andy has been hypnotised by Tamsin but is much keener to find out about the modelling career. Andy is also chairman of the much misunderstood "Save The Cockroach" campaign. Working on a fraction of The World Wildlife Funds annual budget Andy works tirelessly to protect their natural habitat.
When Tams and Andy are not annoying each other on the radio they are annoying each other not on the radio
Our favourite artists we play are the ones you request.
If we won the MK Secret Sound we would give the money to the YMCA
Our favourite things are honesty, being nice, and trying to make things better.
Apart from our show, our favourite shows on MKFM are The Local Music Show with Vicki McCarthy and the Sunday night soul shows with Louie Martin & Paul Gray
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